Table 2.

Comparison of the total waste rice mass-density (kg/ha) in Sacramento Valley (SACV) and Mississippi Alluvial Valley (MAV) fields during 1983–2010 immediately after harvest (Postharvest) and by the time large numbers of wintering waterfowl are first present in the region (Remaining for wintering waterfowl [Rem. for WW]). In the SACV, wintering waterfowl are abundant when fields are being harvested so “Postharvest” and “Rem. for WW” densities are assumed to be equal.

Comparison of the total waste rice mass-density (kg/ha) in Sacramento Valley (SACV) and Mississippi Alluvial Valley (MAV) fields during 1983–2010 immediately after harvest (Postharvest) and by the time large numbers of wintering waterfowl are first present in the region (Remaining for wintering waterfowl [Rem. for WW]). In the SACV, wintering waterfowl are abundant when fields are being harvested so “Postharvest” and “Rem. for WW” densities are assumed to be equal.
Comparison of the total waste rice mass-density (kg/ha) in Sacramento Valley (SACV) and Mississippi Alluvial Valley (MAV) fields during 1983–2010 immediately after harvest (Postharvest) and by the time large numbers of wintering waterfowl are first present in the region (Remaining for wintering waterfowl [Rem. for WW]). In the SACV, wintering waterfowl are abundant when fields are being harvested so “Postharvest” and “Rem. for WW” densities are assumed to be equal.
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